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  1. ICT in Basic Education

  2. Where are we? A. Scope of I CT Use in Basic Education B. Manner of Introduction of ICT in Schools and Non-Formal Education C. Connectivity How do we get to where we want to be? A. Policies on the Use of ICT in Basic Education B. Programs and Projects Where do we want to be? A. Goals & Objectives of the ICT in Basic Education Program B. Thrusts of the ICT in Basic Education Program How do we know that we are getting to where we want to be? A. Evaluation B. Issues

  3. Where Are We? THE Science Math Other subjects Percentage of Application of IT in the Different Learning Areas

  4. A. Scope of ICT Use in Basic Education • Elementary Education • Secondary Education • Non-formal Education • Geographical Coverage • ICT-based Materials as Supplement to Instruction • Software • Internet Connection

  5. Elementary Education • Private Grade 2 - Familiarization with the computer: history, parts and functions - Introduction to simple computer operations: turning on and shutting down the unit, using the mouse and the keyboard, exploring the use of the icons, doing simple word processing • Public Grade 4 - Area of study under Home Economics and LivelihoodEducation (HELE) - Familiarization with the parts of the computer and its peripherals, manipulating the icons, drawing geometric figures, working with documents, copying and deleting files, using e-mail

  6. Secondary Education • First Year - as an area of study under Technology and Home Economics (THE) - Computer applications for further skills enhancement: word processing, spreadsheet, database, presentation using Powerpoint, using the Internet - More Complex Operations such as programming and website development in some private schools

  7. Non-formal Education • Limited use of IT; generally do not have access to computers • Audio and video materials used instead to supplement the printed text

  8. Computer Access at the Secondary Level by Region • Access of Schools to Computers by Region • Access of Teachers to Computers by Purpose of Use by Region • Access of Students to Computers by Purpose of Use by Region

  9. Region Schools with computers Schools without computers Access of Schools to Computers by Region

  10. Access of Teachers to Computers by Purpose of Use by Region

  11. Access of Students to Computers by Purpose of Use by Region

  12. B. Manner of Introduction of ICT in Schools and Non-Formal Education • Separate area of study - HELE at the elementary level - THE at the secondary level • Integrated across the curriculum, where appropriate and where the technology may be available • Springboard • Development of the lesson • Application and enrichment • Assessment

  13. ICT-based Materials as Supplement to Instruction • Teacher-developed courseware • Coursewares developed by ICT service providers  Generally designed for face-to-face instruction and cooperative learning Telelessons  Provision for e-learning to gather information, enrich and update the content of textbooks

  14. Software • Interactive assessment • Internet browser • E-mail • Encyclopedia on CD-ROM • Presentation software • Software supporting Microcomputer-Based Laboratories • Word processing • Desktop publishing • Spreadsheet • Database • Graphics for presentation • Mathematical programs • Educational games

  15. C. Connectivity • Hardware and peripherals • Desktop computers (MS Window Platform) • Peripherals • Printers • CD-ROM drive • CD-writer • Scanners • OHP • LCD projector • Video monitors and players • VCR • Multimedia • Modem

  16. Internet Connection by Region

  17. Availability of Telephone Lines by Region Source: DOST

  18. Where Do We Want to Be?

  19. Goals and Objectives of the ICT in Basic Education Program • Deliver quality education that is accessible to all through the use of appropriate information and communication technologies • Undertake a curriculum improvement program focused on the integration of technology in the different learning areas • Provide the physical infrastructure and technical support necessary to make information and communication technology accessible and useful to learners, teachers, administrators and support staff • Develop teacher competence in the use of the technology and in the design, production and use of ICT-based instructional materials • Ensure the access to the latest developments in ICT and support research and development • Promote the use of appropriate and innovative technologies in education and training

  20. B. Thrusts of the ICT in Basic Education Program • Restructuring of the curriculum to integrate the application of ICT in teaching and learning • Improvement of the delivery support system of basic education as to include the use of ICT not as an alternative delivery scheme, but as a component of multi-channel learning • Fund generation that explores non-traditional financing schemes • Retooling of human resources at different levels involving sub-systems (Central Office, field offices and schools) and focusing on the different components of basic education.

  21. How Do We Know That We are Getting to Where We Want to Be?

  22. A. Policies on the Use of ICT in Basic Education • Technology shall be studied first as a separate subject and then applied in other learning areas as a tool for learning how to learn. • An education modernization program shall be undertaken to equip schools with facilities, equipment, materials and skills and to introduce new learning/delivery systems necessary to capitalize on recent technological developments. • The participation of other stakeholders in education shall be generated in the upgrading and modernization of the public schools especially those in the underserved provinces.

  23. B. Programs and Projects • DepEd Computerization Program • 2002 Basic Education Curriculum • Adopt-a-School Program • Intel Teach to the Future Program • Customized Med/MS in Teaching IT • Continuing Studies Via Television • PCs for Public Schools Project • Project Link • IT Centers • Development of Multi-media Materials • Computer Education for Elementary Schools • Eskuela ng Bayan Project • Educational Television • Computer Literacy Program for Selected Schools • Mobile IT Classrooms • ICT Mediated S & T Learning Program • Mini Computer Laboratory • Development of Computer-Based Teaching Modules

  24. How Do We Get to Where WeWant to Be?

  25. A. Evaluation • Survey of Secondary Schools (1998) - Covered among others baseline information on the schools, science and mathematics teacher and the extent to which computers are used for instruction and other purposes • Second Information Technology in Education Study (2001) - Focused on the innovative use of ICT in teaching and learning • Survey of Information and Communication Technology Utilization in Philippine Public High Schools (2001) - Determined the use of ICT in the Philippine Public Secondary Education system

  26. B. Issues • Role of the Administrator in an ICT Environment > systematic development program for education managers shall be implemented to unfreeze the mindset of the principals so as to the use of ICT in education. • Inadequacy of ICT Facilities > other resources shall be increasingly tapped to finance ICT expenditures in education. • Maintenance of ICT Resources >training of the THE teacher on troubleshooting shall be embarked in coordination with the private service providers. • Sustainability > The Local Government Units shall be increasingly tapped to ensure the sustainability of the ICT program. The devolution to the LGU of the reasonable share in the responsibilities to finance the maintenance and operation of the ICT laboratories shall be hastened. • Dependence on software/courseware provided by the ICT service provider > A system to develop ICT-based education materials shall be undertaken.

  27. Best Practices • ICT in Basic Education Curriculum (BEC) • DepEd Computerization Program • PCs for Public High Schools (PCPS) • Outsourcing • Knowledge Channel • ABS-CBN Foundation • Constel • • Computer Assisted Instruction (CAI)

  28. ICT in BEC • Paradigm shift from teaching about technology to teaching with technology • ICT integration in all subject areas • Students and teachers use ICT to enhance learning

  29. DepEd Computerization • Php 100 Million in yearly Government Appropriations Act (GAA) • 7 stand alone PCs and 2 printers (1996-1998), software for Science, Math, English and Technology and Home Economics (THE) • 1 Server and 10 Workstations + 2 printers, internet ready (1999-2002) • 1 Server and 15 Workstations + 2 printers, internet ready (2003-onwards) • Counterpart by Local Government, Parents, NGOs, to provide maintenance

  30. PCs for Public High Schools • Php 600 Million from GOJ project spearheaded by DTI for 1,000 DepEd High Schools (1st phase) • 20 stand-alone PCs + 2 printers • Counterpart by Local Government, Parents, NGOs, to provide maintenance • 2nd phase being finalized

  31. Knowledge Channel • Ongoing project with Sky Foundation broadcast through Sky Cable • Used in 1000 schools as complementary material for Math, Science, English, and values education • Install TV sets through donations

  32. ABS CBN FOUNDATION • Educational TV Programs broadcast through Channel 2 • Sineskuela • Mathtinik • Epol-Apple • Hiraya Manawari

  33. Constel • Training material for teachers in video • Math, Chemistry, Physics • Broadcast in Channel 4 • Also distributed in VHS format

  34. High Schools with PC labs • More than 50% (approx. 2,000+) • At 75%, deployment to elementary will start (2004-2005)

  35. • Education portal for students, teachers and public • Official issuances from the Department • Education Post • Procurement bulletin • Basic Education Data • Soon to be upgraded to be inter-active • lesson plans, e-learning modules • Online database

  36. Computer Aided Instruction Mathematics II (Intermediate Algebra) Integrating Science, English and Values Education through Computer Aided Instruction

  37. Adopt-a-School Program • Encourages partnership with private sectors in addressing resource problems in education • Incentive of 150% in tax deduction

  38. Thank you.Have a nice day!